Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Daniel Smith: Fatherland


Fatherland
by Daniel Smith

Longhouse Publishers & Booksellers
Green River, Vermont (2010)

“New poems from this midwest farmer & poet detailing generations
of hard work and earned abilities, plus pulling up stakes from
one long term family farm in Illinois for Wisconsin.
In three-color fold out performance.
There are both signed and
unsigned editions.
$7.95 / signed $15”


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A dozen poems spoken by the land, echoed here by the voice of man.


Update:
In the Forum: moonlight isn’t really moonlight.

2 comments:

Momo Luna said...

I like the poem plowman. It reminds me of the old paintings of Van Gogh's farmers. Somehow.

William Michaelian said...

I know what you mean. Universal farmers, universal poem...